Over the weekend, Paul Rabil put up the 644th point of his pro lacrosse career and became the professional field game’s all-time points leader. It happened with 5:14 to go in the second quarter of Cannons’ contest against Chaos on Saturday when Rabil went left around Chaos LSM Troy Reh, creating enough space for himself […]
The National Lacrosse League (@NLL), the largest and most successful professional lacrosse property in the world, today announced that 10 new members have been elected into the NLL Hall of Fame. Among the honorees are eight former players and two referees, under the Builders category. The NLL Hall of Fame Class of 2021 presented by […]
The number of Canadians in the MLL would have been one higher if it wasn’t for the birth of Kyle Buchanan’s daughter a week ago keeping him at home. Aside from the exciting family addition to serve as a late minute excuse, another 21* Canucks are heading to Annapolis for the eight day tournament serving […]
Because we were curious, we asked John Grant Jr what John Grant Jr’s favorite plays are from his career. The result? Watch the video below.
After last week’s grand opening of the new MLL season, MLL 2019 Week 2 was a little more relaxed with just two games over the weekend. Better yet, they were spread out and on different days meaning no competition for viewers. Saturday had the Outlaws once again going down to Atlanta for a quick turnaround […]
Attackman John Grant Jr. broke Major League Lacrosse’s all-time scoring record (reg. and postseason) in the Denver Outlaws’ 18-16 road win over the Atlanta Blaze on Saturday. Grant Jr. entered the game with 595 career points and topped Paul Rabil’s mark of 596 following a goal and an assist in the first half of Saturday’s matchup. The win improved […]
Lacrosse legend John Grant Jr. announced Saturday that he will come out of retirement and join the Denver Outlaws’ roster for the 2019 season. A 13-year Major League Lacrosse veteran, Grant Jr. ranks second on the league’s all-time scoring list (regular and postseason; 592) and is five points away from passing the top mark (Paul Rabil; 596). […]
On February 2, the Rochester Knighthawks retired the team’s first player number in the rafters of the Blue Cross Arena. Who was it? None other than the GOAT himself, John Grant Jr. John, who was originally drafted to the Buffalo Bandits in 1995 in the MILL, but chose to attend college instead for the University […]
I started writing this weekend only a few minutes after watching the John Grant Jr. jersey retirement ceremony, and I will admit with a little tear in my eye. I also talk about work ethic, the greatest NLL call ever, and so much more!
Another week in the NLL where things are clearer in the West, and nothing is clear in the East. Trades didn’t happen like we expected, the Stealth keep picking up more problems, and there’s some special ceremonies this weekend.